Origin and Etymology of directrice
French, from Medieval Latin directric-, directrix
First Known Use: 1631
Rhymes with directrice
afterpiece, altarpiece, Annamese, Assamese, Balinese, Bengalese, Beninese, Bhutanese, Bolognese, Brooklynese, Cantonese, centerpiece, Ceylonese, Chersonese, chimneypiece, Congolese, Cremonese, diocese, ex libris, expertise, Faeroese, fowling piece, frontispiece, Gabonese, Genovese, Golden Fleece, Guyanese, Japanese, Javanese, Johnsonese, journalese, Lebanese, legalese, manganese, mantelpiece, masterpiece, Nepalese, Nipponese, of a piece, Pekingese, piece by piece, Portuguese, predecease, Siamese, Sikkimese, Sinhalese, timed-release, Timorese, Tirolese, verdigris, Viennese
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